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time. >> we should elaborate. i was on the cnn morning show. and he was a guest, and soledad turned to me and gave me the -- hum, ask the question? and i asked him is mitt romney too conservative in a very polite way. and he had this etch-a-sketch metaphor. >> yeah, i can imagine he's like -- that goofy kind of down-homey, yeah, we had an etch when i was a kid. it's perfect for your thumbs. >> we would never strap an etch-a-sketch to the roof of the car. so then the entire right-wing comes down on eric fehrnstrom and the media does give governor romney a bit of a free ride. >> it has gone beyond free ride -- >> yeah, the lies he gets away with. to obama is attacking business to obama apologizes for america. i'm like dude joseph smith's story doesn't check out either. and hal, you were wrong he wasn't fired, and i was kind of surprised. but there is loyalty. however, yesterday -- >> strike two. >> yeah two days ago rupert murdoch tweeted that romney has to fire the guys around him. he said he is going to have to get some real pros on his team. >> i love chicago re
to follow your lead. i'm talking about rapper frank olson, and mr. anderson cooper my buddy from cnn. >> yeah, it has been a great week, and i have been doing a lot of press on that topic this week. and a couple of schools of thought, there is one journalist who said coming out is no big deal anymore. so this is basically finished -- >> yeah, if john boehner does it, it's a big deal trust me. >> yeah. that's a little bit off the mark. i like that it shouldn't be a big deal. of course it shouldn't be. it shouldn't be something somebody has to announce but that's where we are. and somebody did an interview yet from somebody from barrat. and the different ways that people are coming out now. and anderson cooper just responded to a letter -- to an email that he was given, and i think what is really important to remember is truly not necessarily the person -- of course it's the person that comes out, but it's about their audience -- >> exactly. >> to whom they are speaking. and i think frank ocean has a very similar coming out. he had records that will drop next w
into the theater, because how could he have gotten through the rear entrance. now cnn is reporting there was a door that was propped open. does this indicate to you he was there earlier and did it himself or there might be a conspiracy? >> that's very good what you said. because you go to the earlier show and prop it open -- >> and again, there was no earlier show. he went to the first screening at midnight -- >> and those emergency exits are usually alarmed, so you would think that something would have been alerted. >> well, this is going to be the interesting thing over the entire weekend because as we're speaking you have parents en route from another state. you have bomb squad at the scene, all of the victims that are still alive let's say being interviewed about what they saw, what they heard. if they can get one nugget of additional information -- we saw him talk quickly to this other guy and the other guy ran away -- anything of that nature. then you have another whole squad of people going through his computer his cell phone, everything -- by tonight, tru
the time over at cnn and he lives in my neighborhood. i think a lot of folks already knew this. it wasn't like it was a big secret i think we should be grateful that now we're in a period where huge cnn anchors can do that. >> it is very liberating when someone who everybody already knows is gay comes out and says they're gay. >> very pioneering move. i think it is great that cnn has an anchor who is fearless about coming out as being gay one year after it was done already. >> also, i think the only reason i would have thought he was gay is if he had been a republican congressman. >> john: exactly right. the larry king syndrome. you've been on hold a long time, bill in missouri. what's up. good morning. >> caller: how are you? >> john: thank you for waiting, sir. >> caller: i just wanted to point out how republicans like -- everybody seen that kid at walmart that's always gotten their way. when they're told no, they throw a tantrum and get a swat on the behind. >> john: what's the other one? >> caller: and als
to order 6,000 rounds on the internet. i would have been on cnn somewhere. since it is going up, let's do what the right-wingers say. why don't everybody who's been discriminated against women african-americans, latinos gay people, what if we all go get a gun and keep it and the next time one of the crazy crazies ready to pop a cap on one of them. that's what it looked like it. is crazy. like you said, it is insane for anybody to own a weapon, you know a semi-automatic. let's just be real. so okay since everybody should have a gun okay, why don't we? take them up on it and then the next time one of them gets crazy, pop a cap in one of them. >> stephanie: toni, now you're scaring them on purpose. gays with guns. [ screaming ] >> caller: that's okay. >> stephanie: dana in maryland. you're on "the stephanie miller show." >> is that a glock or are you just happy to see me? >> stephanie: did that go off in your hand? dana in maryland, you're on "the stephanie miller show." >> caller: good morning, everybody. i sent
trader gets exempted from the stock act and he first claims it didn't happen, and finally when cnn proved that his office took that -- or made that exemption -- who does he think he is? this allows for things that would put you and me in prison and it is allowed for him and his spouse. >> yeah and wayne, i mean it seems like it's just one story after another. it is more and more crystalizing, this election is about the 1% versus the 99%. eric cantor and his friends are pushing us towards this fiscal cliff again -- >> exactly. >> at having defend the top 1%. >> everyone should be united to cane a phrase, which basically says all of this corporate money needs to be eliminated in the elections. and that means these corporations are going to continue to buy these elections. and there needs to be an amendment that says corporations are not natural persons. however, this is how far our country has gone in people being able to purchase elections. and i think it's totally wrong. >> wayne here is the president breaking down the fight. >> 98% of american families won't
during an appearance on cnn. >> there's about $35 billion of the energy loans that have been guaranteed to different companies. president obama simply doesn't understand it is the free enterprise system, the private sector, the productivity sector, not the government sector that creates long-term self-sustaining jobs. all of his efforts are toward growing government and those are economic models that we know don't work. take a look at the soviet union, venezuela, an economic basket case. is anyone moving to the economic paradise of cuba. >> stephanie: i love this. she said you're surely not suggesting the idea of the concept behind solyndra is comparable to the soviet union and cuba, right? he said no, i'm suggesting because when you take taxpayer money like mitt romney did in massachusetts -- >> right. >> stephanie: that's a taxpayer at risk of blah, blah, blah. o'brien said didn't it work in massachusetts? isn't that what romney did in new hampshire? he's like listen -- at past is the past. >> the pat
. >> the olympics are getting competitive in the political ad race. restore our future tells cnn it is going to run ten days of ads in 11 states, july 31st. it's going into michigan and wisconsin for the very first time. the obama campaign is going to spend $6.5 million during the olympics and during the opening ceremonies. and ann romney is telling cbs the complain is talking about a woman for vice president candidates for her husband. one of the names at the top of the list would be the new hampshire senator who marched with mitt romney yesterday in a parade. what else does vc billionaire vinod khosla think? it's like chicken and crunchy stuff got married! i only use french's french fried onions on my crunchy onion chicken because it's america's number one brand. just minutes to make, then bake! you want to save money on car insurance? no problem. you want to save money on rv insurance? no problem. you want to save money on motorcycle insurance? no problem. you want to find a place to park all these things? fuggedaboud it. this is new york. hey little guy, wake up! a
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